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Enforcement News: Issue 244 4 Jul 2012

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City of London planned appeals ‘pause’

Deniz Huseyin

The City of London Corporation took the decision not to contest parking appeals for more than a year while it transferred to a new back office processing system. Of the 1,465 appeals heard by the Parking and Traffic Appeals Service (PATAS) 1,230 were upheld because they were not contested, the corporation has confirmed.

The authority had used the same penalty charge notice (PCN) processing system since it took over parking enforcement from the City Police in 1994. “By 2009, the system was...

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